The new year and month is about to come in just a few days. From January 1, 2023, there is going to be a change in the rules related to our daily life, which has a direct effect. Gonna be in your pocket. LPG cooking gas rates are fixed on the 1st of every month as well as bank locker rules are going to change. Cars are going to be expensive. Let’s know about it.
Vehicles will become expensive
The prices of vehicles will also start increasing from January 1. There are many vehicles. Like- Hyundai Motor, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Maruti Suzuki, KIA India, Tata Motors and MG Motor. Those who have increased the price of their vehicles from January 1, 2023.
CNG, PNG rates will be fixed
The rates of CNG and PNG are fixed on the first of every month in the country. In the initial weeks of the month, companies in Delhi and Mumbai kept on revising the prices. If we look at the trend of the last few months, the rates of CNG and PNG have increased in Delhi NCR and Mumbai.
LPG will be replaced by cooking gas
Which is the first day of every month. In this, the prices of LPG cooking gas are fixed. 14 kg which is LPG. Their rates have not been changed for many months. Looks like a possibility this time. That the government will reduce the price.
The rules related to bank locker will change
The rules related to bank locker. Will change from 1st date. All major banks have been asked by RBI to issue locker agreements to the holders before January 1, 2023. Banks will decide this according to the revised rules of RBI. That their locker agreements do not contain any unfair terms or conditions. Existing locker customers of the Bank. The bank will also renew the agreement with them. The new locker rules will come into effect from January 1, 2023.
Credit card rules will change
Some banks are like this. Which is also going to change the rules related to credit cards. HDFC Bank is about to change the credit card rewards points and fees.
The rules related to GST. Changes are going to happen on January 1. Businesses having an annual turnover of more than Rs.5 crore. It will be necessary for those businessmen to create e-invoice.
These rules related to mobile will change
From the coming month, mobile manufacturing or import and export companies will be required to register IMEI number.